How to get there
How to Get There
The regions of Zlín and Luhačovice (Zlínsko a Luhačovicko) are an area located in the eastern part of the Czech Republic, within the land of Moravia and the Zlín Region administrative unit. In terms of tourism, they are managed by the East Moravian Tourist Authority (Centrála cestovního ruchu Východní Moravy o.p.s.).
- Prague – While the Prague airport may be the most distant, it offers a direct connection. Take the local bus from the airport to the central train station (Hlavní Nádraží), then find a direct connection to either Zlín or Luhačovice. Timetables available at Idos.cz.
- Vídeň – You can reach Zlín from Vienna with FlixBus or Regiojet buses. Right at the airport, get on a bus headed to Brno, then continue on to Zlín by bus or train. Timetables available at Idos.cz.
- Bratislava – If you’re travelling from Bratislava, the easiest way is to take a direct train to Otrokovice. From there, it’s only a 20-minute ride to Zlín by train or trolleybus. Timetables available at Idos.cz.
Public and Local Transport
Zlín, Otrokovice and the surrounding area run an intricate public transport system, so you can get around with ease by bus or trolleybus. Timetables available at Idos.cz and on the Zlín & Otrokovice Transportation Company (DSZO) website.
Luhačovice, Valašské Klobouky and Vizovice can all be reached by bus from Zlín, while a train line runs between Uherský Brod and Luhačovice. All the timetables, including delays and closures, are available at Idos.cz.
Parking in our town centers can get a little complicated. In Zlín, you can park in one of the paid parking lots or inside the factory complex. In Luhačovice, you can find free parking by the train station, while paid parking is available at the Municipal Swimming Hall (Městská plovárna).